So what’s next? You’ve got your raw images loaded into Capture One Pro 7, now what?
Now it’s time to set up your workspace, choose your tools and get creative! Capture One Pro 7 gives you a huge range of tools and choices, but which tools do you really need to use every day?
In this Workflow Tutorial Part II I will go through how I set up the various computers I have running Capture One Pro 7. Believe it or not the tools I use most, can be contained in one tool tab. Life is better when it’s simple.
Capture One Pro 7 makes great photography easier.
Please feel free to post any questions or comments you might have.
Check out “Data Love Part I” here and see how I set up a session, name, import and rate it in Capture One Pro 7
Thanks for watching.
Adrian Weinbrecht is one Europe’s best established commercial advertising photographers and shoots for a diverse range of top-tier international clients like Sony, UBS, BBC, Jaguar Land Rover, Adidas.
Simply to say that this is an excellent tutorial. Full of detail and very well explained.
Thanks for the kind feedback, I really appreciate it.
I recently purchased some tutorial videos for some other software, I found them quite confusing.
So I’ve tried make these tutorials as clear as possible.
Have just started to re-arrange my workflow tabs and tools in a similar way to you described and Capture One Pro has crashed twice. I installed OSX Mavericks yesterday and have submitted a report to Phase One. Oh well!
I’m really sorry to hear that. We make a rule to never make any major OS changes until they’ve been out for at least 3x months. I know this doesn’t help you, but it’s not a bad policy to adopt.